Travel Blogs from Gwangju
This weekend, I headed to Gwangju to see the 70/80 Festival. This a festival dealing with what Korea was like in the 1970s and 1980s. The bus ride was three and a half hours and it wasn't all that bad. I’ve made the trip before and I’m used to it.
When I got to Gwangju, I first came upon the 70/80 Festival. However, I arrived too early and it was still being set up. Therefore, ...
... of the rooms.
The most thing I like Korea is the prices. Considering to Australia, there are seriously cheap. A can of coke is about a dollar not three dollars, and here, an three hour parking is a dollar not five dollars. Also a decent lunch for 3 only takes about 20 dollars. Anyway, I'll be going somewhere else mysterious tomorrow. Until then!
... to label them abnormally loud people. Do as the others do here, it really varies depending upon situation. But... be prepared to sit in silence contemplating the tastes if that is what your hosts are into.
5. Don't be picky... Koreans are aloud, but westerners aren't. Sorry kids, that's just how the cookie crumbles. My co-worker is extremely picky. I don't think we've made it through a meal ever without her saying how something or usually ...
... be moved to the first floor.”
Suicide is also normalized by a high rate among celebrities. Korean celebrities are under
constant and relentless scrutiny by the Korean public. Issues which would be happenstance in
other countries can cause scandal, such as lying about one’s grades in school.
After a Korean celebrity commits suicide, suicide rates spike for the following few
months. Though this is not a phenomena unique to Korea, ...
... I'm awesome while I'm pitching gutter ball after gutter ball is significantly decreased without a drink in my system. (For those that know me, it's only half my fault, I have massive thumbs and therefore a natural physiological disadvantage.)
Korea also has uglier shoes, which look more like senior citizen shoes, velcro for ease of use. This may be a good move, one which American ...